R(odgers) Correlation: Ferocious Front Four Debunked

“Aaron Rodgers and the high flying Packers offense have trouble producing points when facing ferocious defensive lines that don’t need extra men to blitz” Statements like this were the reason du-jour for many a 2014 failure, much like the “Aaron Rodgers can’t beat the cover-2″ was the “issue” for the 2013 season.  In reality, Aaron Rodgers is […]

5 reasons why the Packers will beat the Lions (and 1 reason why they might not)

The NFL is the greatest sport on the planet. But you know what would make it even better? If the Detroit Lions didn’t exist. Hell, if the NFL proposed replacing Detroit with another team from Chicago or Minnesota, I’d be all for it as long as it meant never having to watch, hear or read […]

Packing the Stats: Green Bay Packers’ Defense on Third Downs

Stopping the Detroit Lions on third down was a huge issue for the Green Bay Packers in their first matchup this season. If the Packers hope to win the NFC North on Sunday they are going to need to do much, much better defensively on third downs than they did in that first matchup. As […]

5 Reasons the Packers will beat the Bucs (and 1 reason why they might not)

I’ve been thinking real hard this week, and I can’t remember ever seeing the Green Bay Packers play well in Tampa Bay. I know they’ve only won once in Tampa, but I don’t remember that win and I don’t really remember any losses where the Packers came up short, but at least played well. All […]

Packing the Stats: Detailed Look at Packers at Home versus on the Road

It is no secret that the Green Bay Packers have played better football at Lambeau Field than on the road. Taking a look at the stats on how the Packers offense and defense have performed, as well turnover stats, at home and on the road shows just how much better the Packers have been in Lambeau.   […]